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Survey of Community Resources in Rehabilitation and Health Care
Dr. Kristin Cain
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This 5 page Study Guide was uploaded by Reed Howard on Friday February 5, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to ADRE 2000 at East Carolina University taught by Dr. Kristin Cain in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 72 views. For similar materials see Survey of Community Resources in Rehabilitation and Health Care in Social Work at East Carolina University.


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Date Created: 02/05/16
Reading: Chapters 1,2,4,8,9,12,15,16,22 Types of Models of Disability  Medical Model: “Fix it” (Hospitals  Social Model: What Society “did” (influenced)  Ecological Model: Ability/Disability to do something (How does that person…)  Disability Model: How does that person “work”?  Rehabilitation Model: Reintroduction  Biopsychosocialspiritual Model: Combines models (Counseling centers) Therapy, Rehab, Types of doctors -Therapy  May be needed to restore, maintain, or enhance an individual’s abilities (Holland, 1996)  Provides for symptom control or allows the client to maintain basic functioning in activities of daily living (Powell, 1996) -Nurses  Best resource In a hospital  See patients most frequently  Know who visits patients and how they act -Rehabilitation Counselors  A counselor who possesses the specialized knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to collaborate in a professional relationship with persons and disabilities to achieve their personal, social, psychological, and vocational goals. -PT  Pain, weakness of muscles, gross motor movements, motor functions  TBI, Stroke, trauma patients -OT  Provide purposeful activity to help persons with chromic illnesses and disabilities to maximize their independence, prevent disability and maintain health.  Maximize daily living skills, skills needed in social, leisure skills, prosthetics, evaluations (what a person can or can not do) o Drivers evaluations, work hardening evaluations, functional capacity assessments, range of motion tests.  SCI, TBI, stroke, muscular degeneration -Speech/Language Pathologist  Helps patients with communication disorders resulting from speech problems, hearing related problems, or swallowing difficulties (Holland, 1996)  Stutter, stroke, TBI -Audiologist  Hearing disorders, hearing aids, accommodations for the person -Recreational Therapy  Plan and direct rec activities for individuals recovering from physical and mantal illness or coping with disabilities, adjusting to life -Sex Therapists  Counseling sexual dysfunction, injuries to the pelvic region impacting sexual functioning, gender reassignment surgery, sexual orientation. -Mental Health Therapists  Substance abuse, rehab Counselor, social work, psychologist, psychiatrist -Orthodontist  Braces, splints, appliances What is DME? Durable medical equipment Types of Home Health Care Services  Skilled nursing  Speech therapy  Medical social services  Home health aides  Occupational therapy  Physical therapy  Psychiatric program  Cardiology program What is a Community Resource?  It is any service vendor available within a specific geographic area that potentially can be used to aid our clients ourselves or our organizations.  1.How do you know when you need something?  ­NEEDS ASSESSMENT  2. How do you know if something that can meet your needs exist?  ­POTENTIAL RESOURCE IDENTIFICATION  3.Then what do you do when you combine these two?  ­RESOURCE SELECTION Case manager­discharge planner ­Needs to know what is going on with patient. Where the patient is going to, what the  environment is like, transport issues, medical condition, hygiene, who visits, medications, nurses who go there.   Nursing homes  Extended care  Home modification  Inpatient psychiatric treatment  Outpatient treatment Resource Selection ­Professional Consideration  Staff Composition  Service provision  Referral Process  Cost  Outcomes  Reputation ­Client Consideration   Staff Composition  Service provision  Insurance/cost  Timeline  Individual Needs  Reputation  ­Ideal world=Optimizing (make the best or most effective use of) ­In Reality=Satisficing (accept an available option as satisfactory.) PERSON FIRST LANGUAGE!!! They are a PERSON! Don’t describe them by their disabilities and handicaps. Public assistance  Social Security Act (1935)  January 2013—62 million  Pays benefits through five different categories: o Retirement benefits o Disability benefits o Family benefits o Survivors benefits o Medicare/Medicaid Social Security?  Pays Tax $  SSDI= Social Security Disability Insurance  62+ years of age and worked/paied SS tax $ are qualified SSDI Requirement?  Age 31-42 = 20 credits  Age 44 – 22  62+ = 40 SSI  Supplemental Security Income  Poverty level, adults/ children with disabilities who have limited resources Medicare  Age 65+  6Part A: Hospital coverage  Part B: Medical insurance  Part C: “Medicare Advantage”  parts (for more information and deeper meaning in each category) UDL (Universal Design for Learning) UD (Universal Design) AT (Assistive tech)  The 1986 Amendments to the Rehabilitation Act ensured AT was “seen as an important element of vocational rehabilitation services” (p. 133). Universal design for learning (UDL)  Multiple means of:  Representation  Action and expression  Engagement AT  A Access  C Communication  E Entertainment  Helps Independent living, mobility, posture, communication, hearing, vision, etc.  Several factors o Performance of the device o Reliability o Ease of use o Durability o Repairs o Maintenance o Cost Week 5 N/A Guest speakers: -Susanna Lott (ECU office for Leadership and Service Learning) -Lynn Hodges and Chris Wood (NC Division of Vocational Rehabilitation  Services; Independent Living Services) ­Kathy Little and Karen Albrecht (NC Division of Services for the Blind) ­Mary Lou Infinito (Vidant Palliative Care)


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